Agios Eystratios Ferries

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Please note, on November 20th 2011 the Stena Line Belfast-Stranraer route stopped operating. This route was replaced by Cairnryan-Belfast which is also run by Stena Line.

Stranraer is a town situated in south west Scotland, at the head of Loch Ryan. Stranraer is less than 2 hours drive from Glasgow and is close to the English border. Stranraer is the second largest town in the Dumfries and Galloway region, with around 13,000 inhabitants. Ferries from Stranraer in Scotland sail west across the Irish sea to Belfast, with the operator Stena Line. You can find the right ferry for you using the simple booking form from AFerry.

Below you can find Stranraer ferry times, as well as our best deals.

Agios Eystratios Routes

  • Kavala to Agios Eystratios / Agios Eystratios to Kavala
    Blue Star Ferries operates ferry crossings on the route Kavala - Agios Eystratios
    1 crossings weekly
    7 hr
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  • Lavrio to Agios Eystratios / Agios Eystratios to Lavrio
    Blue Star Ferries operates ferry crossings on the route Lavrio - Agios Eystratios
    1 crossings weekly
    7 hr 30 min
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  • Limnos to Agios Eystratios / Agios Eystratios to Limnos
    Blue Star Ferries operates ferry crossings on the route Limnos - Agios Eystratios
    1 crossings weekly
    1 hr 30 min
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Ferries to and from Stranraer

Stena Line offers Stena Plus seating on many of their crossings, allowing you to travel in comfort.

Onboard facilities from Stena Line include lounges, play areas, shops, Wi-Fi access, bars, caf├ęs and a restaurant as well as a choice of comfortable en-suite cabins.

Stena Line offers great deals and promotions on Stranraer ferry crossings, and you can take advantage of these by booking simply and securely with AFerry.

About Stranraer

Stranraer is a town situated in south west Scotland, at the head of Loch Ryan. Stranraer is less than 2 hours drive from Glasgow and is close to the English border. Stranraer is the second largest town in the Dumfries and Galloway region, with around 13,000 inhabitants.

Stranraer has plenty to offer the visitor, including the Stranraer Museum which is located in the Old Town Hall. Stranraer is an excellent place to stay if you want to explore the surrounding area, as it is well connected with the rest of Scotland, and with England, by road and rail. Coach services from Stranraer go to Glasgow, London, Birmingham and Manchester among other places.

Stranraer port facilities

Stranraer Ferry Port offers a wide range of services and facilities for passengers, including a snack bar, shop, hot and cold drinks vending machines, and toilets. Stranraer Ferry Port is wheelchair accessible and there are short and long-stay car parks nearby. Stranraer Ferry Port is also situated very close to the rail station, facilitating onward travel.

Getting to Stranraer

Stranraer Ferry Port is easily accessible from the A 77 and the A75 and is situated close to the town centre and the train station.

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